Sail's Pedagogy

Sail's posts about her class, classes she is taking, and education.

Happy New Year!!!

“It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day, it’s a new life for me…..and I’m feeling good.”

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The Future of Education? O is for Obsolete

Great mashup from Dannel Cannell

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7 Billion People

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Did you know?

This is a new version of a video that was created by arl Fisch’s and Scott McLeod.

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What I want for Christmas…..

Peace Train by Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens)

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Merry Christmas — from Apple

Let see you do that on a PC.

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Connectors

“people often become connectors precisely because, as they pursue their passions (in Yossi’s case for technology-driven innovation), they find themselves reaching out to anyone and everyone who might share this passion. In the process, while pursuing specific initiatives or projects, they end up connecting people in new and unexpected ways. Passion leads to pursuit, which creates connections.”

quote from Jane Bozarth

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Duke University Leverages Cisco Collaboration Technology to Improve Learning

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The Kansas To Cairo Project Part #2

Students from Cairo and Los Angeles used the virtual world of Second Life to design a 70 acre site situated between the Grand Egyptian Museum and the Pyramids of Giza.

And yes: they had never met in the physical world, using merely their avatars to communicate, collaborate and successfully complete the difficult task of creating sustainable urban design solutions while overcoming cultural boundaries. (from blog)

Previous post – part 1

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Emergency Care Simulation in Second Life

“SL Resident Wyll Neopolitan a real life medical emergency physician from Toulouse a city in southwest France narrates the Second Life experience with virtual instructional demonstrations on emergency care to multiple real life classrooms full of students who really do participate in the virtual instructional training.” ( from blog)

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